|The Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter together with Pope John Paul II|
A man in black visited Ateneo last Thursday. No, he is not looking for aliens to zap. You may have seen him: a tall Chinese walking in black robes like Neo in the Matrix. On his right hand is a book–not the Bible or the Book of the Seven Animal Fists–but a Breviary, a book of prayers in Latin prayed by the monks of long ago. His name is Anthony Uy, a seminarian of the FSSP (Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter), a society of diocesan priests devoted to the promotion of the Traditional Latin Mass.
Anthony studied in Ateneo de Manila University from year 2000 to 2002 as a Physics/Computer Engineering student. As a physicist, he knows what a matrix is. When his family moved to Canada in the middle of the first semester of his third year…
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